What did you DO (English-WISE) today?

The FUTURE of Learning


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If you are studying English at an institute, you will no doubt be going to English classes on a daily basis. This is good (of course), and also easy to identify what you did ‘English-wise’ today. However, this is a question I want to ask yourself at the end of your weekend days. This will tell you a lot. It may even tell you that you spoke English more than you realised.

I want you to look at each episode you went through today and what English you spoke, read or listened to. These might be things such as:

  1. Talking to the shop keeper at the minimart
  2. Buying lunch
  3. Getting in and out of a taxi
  4. Buying a movie ticket
  5. Ordering in a restaurant
  6. Taking a friend to the doctor
  7. Reading something of interest online
  8. Completing an important English assignment
  9. Booking a flight or hotel online…

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